TGC, on 10/5/10 3:14 PM
A steady stream of recent stories continues to undercut the dirty energy lobby’s claims of “cheap and abundant.”
In the ongoing battle to expand solar technology in our cities and towns, aesthetics is often the biggest stumbling block. Claims that PV panels are an eyesore, and detract from the stylistic character of surrounding architecture, often prevent projects from getting off the ground. Here in Washington, DC, nothing proves this point better than the neighborhood of Georgetown.